Gen25 has decided to support two initiatives that provide laptops to children of families that cannot afford one.

We believe that all children deserve equal opportunities and that they should have access to high-quality hardware, especially in the current situation where children are increasingly spending more time learning from home. 

Our fortunate position makes us aware of how technology transforms businesses, careers, and lives every day. Now it’s time to take responsibility and motivate all our stakeholders to do the same.

Project Edu PC

Project Edu-PC is selflessly committed to facilitating educational computers for children between the ages of 4 and 12 from disadvantaged families so that everyone has equal opportunities for appropriate education. A second-hand computer can make a huge difference in their lives now and in the future.

Project EDU-PC consists of a team of ICT experts who transform completely unpaid laptops used in their spare time into educational laptops. We remove all data from the laptops, we have provided them with educational software to receive immediately.


Computer4charity provides UK schools with computers and laptops to enable practical digital skills training for students to thrive in an increasingly digital world.

Computers 4 charity is a registered UK technology charity. They securely and safely refurbish unwanted or redundant laptops, computers, or old IT equipment and donate it to charity causes.

Today, Computers 4 Charity has evolved into a leading technology charity, providing hundreds of thousands of PCs across 36 different countries.

Get involved. Together, we can make a difference for the next generation.

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